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‘I am forever grateful’: Prince Harry issues first statement since Queen’s death

In the first official statement since QueenAfter her death, her grandson Prince Harry honored her as a “guiding compass” and praised her “indefatigable grace and dignity”.

“He was admired and respected globally,” said Harry, who stepped down from royal duties with his wife Meghan in 2020.

personal statementPosted Monday on Harry and his wife Meghan’s Archwell website, they said they cherish their time together “from early childhood memories with you, to meeting you for the first time as my Commander-in-Chief, The first time you met my dear wife and hugged your dear great-grandson.”

Harry stepped down as a senior royal and moved to America two years ago. On Saturday, he and Meghan met mourners outside Windsor Castle with their brother Prince William and his wife Catherine.

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“I cherish these times shared with you and the many other special moments in between. You are already greatly missed not only by us, but around the world.”

When he and Meghan left their official royal roles, they were separated from the family, including their father, now King Charles, and criticized Buckingham Palace and how they were treated.

“As it comes to the first meetings, we now honor our father in his new role as King Charles III,” he said.

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